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Diane Stegner-Roadt, Human Services program participant

hospice advocate AND life-long learner

Ethic and Boundaries Courses

Convenient and Informative topics

Wisconsin social workers, licensed professional counselors, psychologists, and licensed marriage and family therapists, are you looking for a convenient and informative way to fulfill your Ethics and Boundaries requirement? Each of our Ethics and Boundaries workshops targets a specific topic in current issues, practice settings, or client base. Sign up now for workshops directly relevant to your practice.

Continuing Education at UW-Eau Claire offers a variety of interesting and innovative 4-hour workshops in Ethics and Boundaries, any of which can be applied toward your Wisconsin licensure requirement. Gain the contact hours you need!

Programs in Ethics and Boundaries

  1. Ethics and Boundaries: End of Life Care

    Enhance your understanding of ethical issues in end-of-life care in this highly interactive online workshop. Earn 4 Contact Hours (0.4 CEUs) while learning the latest on this important topic.

  2. Ethics and Boundaries: Ethical Practice in Rural Settings


    Participants will explore the ethical considerations for social workers and counselors while working with people in rural settings. You will study a decision-making model and apply ethical principles to some realistic scenarios.

  3. Ethics and Boundaries: Ethics and Technology

    In this online program, social workers will explore how technology can affect work life, including practice and communication improvements. We will learn about the common pitfalls of using technology in our work and what the new technology standards are.

  4. Ethics and Boundaries: Ethics and the Law

    This session has sold out. Please consider one of our other upcoming Ethics and Boundaries programs listed below.

  5. Ethics and Boundaries: Navigating Challenging Colleague Relationships

    This program is currently sold out. Check out our other upcoming Ethics and Boundaries programming for more great options.

  6. Ethics and Boundaries: Social Justice and Advocacy


    The National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics states the responsibility of social workers to advocate for social justice, but how can we put those policies into practice? Learn strategies for implementing change in this online program.

  7. Ethics and Boundaries: Working with Immigrant and Refugee Populations

    Cultural competence when working with diverse populations is critical. In this online program, you will learn how to deliver culturally competent care to your clients while being cognizant of professional boundaries.